I have never worked with film or a light meter. I am pretty competent in understanding the process, and I am not worried about royally screwing anything up or anything like that. I have made many films in the past, so it helps that I don't have to worry about making amateur mistakes. I have a demo at Panavision in Woodland Hills next week to go over how to operate and load the camera.
I really just wanted to get any tips or tricks that you could offer to a newcomer when it comes to shooting on film / using a light meter. If i were going to worry about anything, it would be properly metering and exposing. That being said, we are shooting on 7219.
Thanks ahead of the time for the tips!
Edited by Brandon Whiteside, 02 March 2010 - 09:52 PM.